2 edition of preliminary account of ulcerative fish diseases in the Indo-Pacific Region found in the catalog.
preliminary account of ulcerative fish diseases in the Indo-Pacific Region
by Dept. of Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives in Bangkok, Thailand
Written in English
|Statement||background document prepared by Kamonporn Tonguthai.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
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National Inland Fisheries Institute, Bangkok, 39 p. Tonguthai, K., Fish quarantine and certification in Thailand. 77– In J.R.
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A preliminary account of ulcerative fish diseases in the Indo. Among Asian countries India possess the maximum number of endemic freshwater finfish species (%) followed by China, Indonesia and Myanmar (Lakra et al., ).The freshwater aquatic biodiversity is depleting alarmingly due to the introduction of exotic species (Kumar, ), predation, parasitism and other anthropogenic fishes are seen as a threat to the introduced Cited by: 2.
The incidence of unexplained mortalities among marine finfish in the Philippines has been increasingly observed. Considering that outbreaks of viral infections affecting similarly cultured marine fishes such as grouper and seabass were reported in many countries, a comprehensive diagnostic program to meet the challenge was initiated at the Aquaculture Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries.
Marine fish seed resources This seed resource comprises of brackishwater and marine fish species. India is bestowed with several species of finfish along its km coastline. The most important fish seed resources are Milkfish: It is distributed in the Indo-Pacific region.
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In: Coastal Aquacuture in the Indo-Pacific Region. Papers / Edited by T.V.R. Pillay. London: Fishing News (Books), pp Blanco, Guillermo J.
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Diseases of Marine Fish Diseases due to bacterial and viral agents are being encountered more frequently and in greater numbers of species of marine fish. Members of the gram-positive coccal organisms, Lactococcus and Mycobacterium spp. (Ghittino et al. ) are increasing reported as major causes of mortality among fish in.
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